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When the Church was the Mission Organization : Rethinking Winter ’ s Two Structures of Redemption Paradigm

@inproceedings{Smither2011WhenTC,
  title={When the Church was the Mission Organization : Rethinking Winter ’ s Two Structures of Redemption Paradigm},
  author={Edward L. Smither},
  year={2011}
}
Critical observers of mission history will remark that following the sixteenthcentury Reformation in Europe, one reason for the overall inaction of Reformed Protestants in mission was the lack of mission sending structures. Roman Catholics on the other hand possessed a number of sending structures—most notably the monastic orders (e.g., Franciscans, Augustinians, Dominicans, Cistercians, and Jesuits) that were formed in the medieval period for the purpose of sending witnesses into the world. So… Expand
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